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Masjid Sungai Bakau
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Sungai Bakau, Nibong Tebal, Penang 34200
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Masjid At-Taqwa
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Taman Tun Sardon, Gelugor, Penang 11700
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Masjid Kapitan Keling
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Penangs first Indian Muslim settlers (East India Company troops) built Masjid Kapitan Keling in 1801; Lebuh Pitt is now also known as Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling. The mosques domes are yellow, in a typically Indian-influenced Islamic style, and it has a single minaret.
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Masjid Terapung
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Known as the Floating Mosque.

Jalan Batu Ferringhi, Tanjong Bungah, Penang 10470
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Masjid Jamik Al Qadrie
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Masjid Jamek Al-Qadrie is a mosque along Zoo Road, off Jalan Air Itam, Penang. It probably dates from the time when the entire area was a vast Malay settlement anchored around Kampung Melayu. The mosque has a Muslim cemetery within its compound. Directly behind the mosque is Sungai Air Putih.
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Masjid Jamek Sungai Tiram
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Masjid Sg. Tiram can be reach by driving north from Penang/Bayan Lepas International Airport (PEN) passing nearby EON car dealership, Pos Malaysia (red) office and a PETRONAS gas station, before hitting an entrance road towards Bukit Gedung/Bayan Lepas (Phase II) FTZ plants.
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Masjid Tuan Guru
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Founded by Tok Guru Haji Hassan Fusanah, a religious teacher from Madura, Indonesia.

Jalan Tanjung Tokong, Tanjung Tokong, Penang 11200
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Masjid Pakistan
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Jalan Macalister, George Town, Penang 10400
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Masjid Jamek Bengali
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The mosque is believed to have been founded in 1803 on a site granted by the East India Company during George Leith’s term as Lieutenant-Governor of Penang. Rebuilt on 1958. Urdu was probably the principal language used in this mosque although in certain periods the dwindling Urdu-speaking population was overshadowed by an increase in Tamil worshippers. Today, the Masjid Bengali has become a base for the Tablighi movement, and the main languages used here are Malay and Tamil.
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